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Actress Laura Marano visits with students from Glassel Park Elementary School on behalf of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF on October 1, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.

If you’ve ever dropped a kid off at a school car line and felt your blood boil at just how long it took, you’re going to love this. According to Fox News, the PTA of the Mountain View School in Waddel, Arizona, took a humorous approach to the issue after getting complaints from parents about the slow-moving line.

“Our school had quite a bit of growth this year and we started having a big problem with parents wanting to sit in the drop-off line until our gates open,” PTA president Kira Provo explains to Fox News. This blocked traffic from getting into the parking lot, so parents complained to the PTA. And the parent-teacher group decided “it would be funny to create celebrity-inspired signs,” Provo says.

The result? Hilarious signs with messages from 90s songs and a show parents love.

  • There’s one with a photo of *NSYNC with the message, “Tell the kids bye, bye, bye”
  • One with TLC that reads, “Don’t go blocking drop-off lines”
  • Another sign shows that famous couch-moving scene on “Friends” with Ross shouting, “Pivot! Out of the drop-off line!”
  • MC Hammer appears on one sign that reads, “Can’t park here”
  • And another features Ryan Gosling with the message, “Hey girl, move your car all the way up”

Provo says the signs have only been up for a few days, but they’re already helping with the traffic congestion.

Source: Fox News

Check out the signs our amazing PTA team came up with and had made for morning drop off! We are so excited to put these...

Posted by Mountain View School PTA on Thursday, September 16, 2021